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  • Academic Advising Mission

    The university is committed to quality academic advising for all students. The academic advising mission is to assist you in attaining your educational goals. New students are required to attend and will receive advising during Preview, UF’s new student orientation. After Preview, student advising is handled by college advisors.

    University Responsibilities

    The Academic Advising Center in 100 Farrior Hall is responsible for certain university advising functions: coordinating academic advising during Preview, advising exploratory students and providing advice to students interested in postbaccalaureate professional programs such as dentistry, law, medicine and veterinary medicine.

    College/School and Department Responsibilities

    The dean of each college or school ultimately is responsible for ensuring that academic advice is available and accessible to all students within the college or school.

    Student Responsibilities

    To graduate, you are responsible for knowing and fulfilling all university, college and major requirements. All students must:

    • Attend the Preview orientation program to receive academic advising before their first term of enrollment,
    • Maintain a GatorLink email address and read official university correspondence sent to this address,
    • Meet with an advisor in the appropriate college/major upon entrance to a major,
    • Confer with an advisor on a regular basis about options for a major if the student is undecided about a major,
    • Review the degree audit each semester to ensure they fully understand their remaining degree requirements,
    • Seek advising when in academic difficulty (e.g., below a 2.0 GPA, doing poorly in a critical-tracking course), and
    • Maintain their own personal academic records, including transcripts, degree audits, evaluation of transfer work and notes from previous advising sessions.

    Students who at any time are confused about academic requirements or their progress toward a degree are encouraged and expected to meet with an advisor.

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    Area of Interest Where to Go for Academic Assistance
    Add a class after drop/add
    • The department that offers the class for the approval to add, then
    • Your college to process the add
    Applying to receive a degree and degree certification
    • Degree requirements
    • Drop a class after drop/add
    • Drop a class after the deadline
    • Flexible learning
    • General education requirements
    • Planning future semesters
    • Transient status
    • Admission to a major
    • Information about a minor
    Unsure about a major
    Pursuing a double major or dual degree
    • A.A. requirements
    • A.A. degree certification
    ​State of Florida Summer Term Enrollment Requirement
    Withdrawal from the university
    • Tutoring or help with specific courses
    • Study skills and learning strategies to improve grades
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